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The truth about Rachel Reeves’ ‘plagiarism’

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With all due respect to the diligent journalists who revealed it, I don’t think it’s a big deal that some bits of Rachel Reeves’ book about women in economics were copied from Wikipedia. 

The book, The Women Who Made Modern Economics, was launched at an Institute for Government event in Westminster on Wednesday evening.

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James Kirkup
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James Kirkup is director of the Social Market Foundation and a former political editor of the Scotsman and the Daily Telegraph.

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